Also this year the Musée Suisse du Jeu (Suiss Museum of games) organized an exhibition with the Premio Archimede prototypes. In the pictures below some finalist games of the Editions 2014 and 2012. 

In the first picture the winner of the 2014 Edition Nea Polis by Ciro Facciolli and Sara Rubino, and the 9th place of the 2012 Edition Who sleeps won't fish by Davide Rigolone both in its prototype and published version (Espresso fishing - Piatnik 2015). 

In the second picture some finalists of the 2014 Edition:
 Line2dots by Chong Veng Cheang (Special Prize Pen&Paper game), Recycle Inc by Marco Pozzi and Laura Nicolini (14th ex aequo), Torneo by Cielo Doro (12th ex aequo), Alien corporate invaders by Mauro Vanetti (12th ex aequo). 

In the third picture the winner of the 2012 Edition, Marco Polo by Daniele Tascini and Simone Luciani, both in its prototype and published version (Auf den Spuren von Marco Polo - Hans im Glück 2015).

from the left: Nea Polis by Ciro Facciolli and Sara Rubino, Who sleeps won't fish by Davide Rigolone, prototype (right) and published (center) 

from the left: Line2dots by Chong Veng Cheang, Recycle Inc by Marco Pozzi and Laura Nicolini, Torneo by Cielo Doro, Alien corporate invaders by Mauro Vanetti

Marco Polo by Daniele Tascini and Simone Luciani, prototype (right) and published (left)